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Trebing + Himstedt sells Industrial Communication portfolio to Softing

April 30, 2014 - Trebing + Himstedt sold its Industrial Communication product portfolio to Softing Industrial Automation. The portfolio will transfer to Softing on May 1, 2014.

The product portfolio includes solutions for permanent monitoring of industrial networks. PROFIBUS, PROFINET and Industrial Ethernet users in particular can use this technology to implement modern Asset Management solutions that help maximize production facilities availability.

“These Trebing + Himstedt products are an ideal complement to Softing Industrial Automation’s existing portfolio, especially in the area of network diagnostics. They unlock additional potential that we expect will make a significant contribution to growth in the near term,” says Hans-Werner Auberg, a managing director at Softing Industrial Automation.

Trebing + Himstedt has decided to focus on its business unit “Manufacturing Integration” in order to concentrate more intently on the growth market Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) with SAP.

About Trebing + Himstedt
Trebing + Himstedt is an international supplier of products and services for the optimal use of IT in the production environment. With easy-to-use concepts, we support our customers in their manufacturing processes and allow targeted access to production and process information. Our core competence is the continuous integration across different communication levels – from automation level to the ERP system.

About Softing
Softing Industrial Automation GmbH is a leading global provider of industrial communication solutions and products for the process industry and the manufacturing industry. Softing’s Products are custom-designed to meet the needs of manufacturers of systems, devices, plants and machinery as well as end users and are known for their ease of use and functional benefits.

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